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State and local government IT departments are facing increasing challenges. The demand for a higher quality digital experience while operating within budget constraints, ensuring 24x7 secure access to digital government applications and services, support for “smart community” initiatives, and ensuring equal access to broadband services puts pressure on the network. Aging, disparate infrastructure combined with demand from consumers for “any-time, anywhere, any-device” access to digital government applications are further straining government networks. Network engineers and managers have to strike a balance between under-architecting the network and risking a degradation of application availability and performance, while not over-architecting the network with costly bandwidth that is not fully utilized.
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